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    Percussion Full Maple Stock Pennsylvania Rifle. 42" .58 caliber full octagonal barrel now smooth. Notched rear sight with brass blade front sight. Single screw lock marked "Josh Golcher". Brass mounts including four piece patchbox. Four inlaid fish on both sides of the forestock (seven are German silver, rear left is silver or plated replacement). Eight pointed star on cheekpiece. Period, if not original, ramrod. Functional replaced lock, slightly shorter than the aperture, barrel with essentially dark smooth patina, lock plate and hammer lightly cleaned. There is a 24" hairline along the right forestock with a 6" missing sliver. 11" hairline on left forestock. Tiny chip on the end of the barrel tang, some other minor scattered scratches/dents. Generally an attractive rifle worthy of some minor restoration.

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    November, 2011
    12th Saturday
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